Search results for "cuskeel"

  • A Cuskeel, Barathrites sp

     

  • Ophidiidae - Cuskeels

    Use the table to access images and fact sheets of the ophidiid fishes on the site. These fishes have also been called lings and Torsk.

  • Cuskeel, Barathrites sp

    The specimen of Barathrites sp was collected in April 1989 by staff of the Australian Museum Fish Section working on board the H.M.A.S Cook. It was caught in a midwater trawl at a depth of 3300 m (bottom depth 3490 m to 4840 m) in the Tasman Sea off Sydney, New South Wales. It is currently registered in the Fish Collection of the Australian Museum (AMS I.28746-002). The semi-circular mark on the side of the body is a tag recording the registration number of the specimen.

  • What is the deepest-living fish?

    The deepsea has long held a fascination for people.  What is the 'fishy depth record'?

  • This week in Fish: Southern Smiler

    This week considerable effort has gone into the 'master list' of species on the site.  When completed, the list will allow users to easily see a summary of the images and fact sheets available for each species.  As usual, some great images were added during the week, plus a fact sheet on shrimpgobies and their relationship with burrowing shrimps.  Thank you to all our contributors.

  • Find a fish

    The table below lists all fish families known from Australian waters. The site contains information on 1487 species in 274 families.

  • Fishes of Sydney Harbour

    Sydney Harbour has a very rich fish fauna.  Nearly 600 species live in it, enter it, or are known from historic records.